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ICTTCDFOTIT) M1TC TRTBFNE, MFJVFOTin 'OTiTCflOY. VT11D Y, .TTLY 21. 1M6
OF GRAFT CHARG
OTTAWA, July 21, Sir Sum
Unties, minister of militia, i hold
by the .Mro(1itli-Uuff royal pninmis
ftion, innoocnt nf reflpoiisibilltv for
the negotiation of jtovernmout fnsp
onntmots with Anutripnn innnitimi
umbers from which they tiro iillopi'd
to hnvo uiultily profited. Thw ftmt
inj& rtf the t'omintasiun vor nn
Tlii' uoiitrni'ts in qui'Hlinii wnro lot
hy tln ('niindinii Shell emnpiiiiy to
tho ;Ani(irh'nii Ammunition compnny,
nud the Intenmtioniil Arm & Kuso
oompnny, mid the inwstigijtion of
them followiiijr eliMi'KeH htid in the
hoiif-e, of (inmmoim by (1. W. Kyte, M.
V., who nlh'Ked Hint lnrRO profits
were allowed with the approval of
The commission finds that Colonel
J. .Wwiloy AII'ihoii, a fiiend of the
minister of militia, and alleged to
Jinvn been one of those who divided
the profits, wa inlmmentnl in
brinjsintf about a eonlraet in winch
he. was peenlinrlv interested.
Dealiii" with (leiicnil Hulion, the
jiitlymwil stntow that he "had noth
ing, lb do with the miikiiiK of the eou
traels, and as far ns evidenee np
pei(r,' know uftlhiiu: of I lie tniiiHac
tio'nTbelnp entered iulo.'l
Tim tfoTniiiisMon further find that
a uiWtake wns made in placing upon
the already o ei burdened' nboulders
of Colonel Carnegie (ordnance ex
pert to the ih'i'll eompany) the woik
of conduct inx1 the liiisiiii'SH or eom
mereial part .of traiihnjilions, for
which work he poeHHed no special
The enminifcxinu did not question
Colonel Carnegie's nitiwitv.
SACKS OF GOLD? NAW! JUST "SPUDS'"
Potatoes, prized moie hihl than mono, mi u.iluu-K u.irdid b flern nn robber in Heilm The
picture shows three 11 nued trooper ''i niiniii " . w.icoti load oj " ptid-." to the coii'iiiian.
I Tho Medfortl band's UBiinl veeUly
ronccrt will bo held thin evening at
'tbe City park commencing at 8. The
(program Uibt linn been nrraiiReil by
liamlniustor Kolaud for thin cvciiIiirVi
'conceit will undoubtedly find favor
ivlth tho many concert goers. Hy spec
ial inquest tho Sold lorn Sow; "?eep
thq JIumo Flros Uurnlng" (TIM the
Hoys Come Home), will bo nlnyod and
iiiitiK by tlio baud, and the nodleucc In
Invited to tnfcu part In the eiiortM, the
ttoril of which are Insoitoil below A
number of visitors fipin outside the
city are oxpectud to attend iMk oven
hip's norfonnnnce, and evtrn Mating
aacnitiinodatlou ban been ar.iiujiod for.
'nl'oiloyvlng Ih tho program;
M4rob, "American Bagbj" '.iillaid
I'opijlar, "Some. whore Tills Siiuiniot"
IV -"- ..- oletnnu
Ovoijture, "Urnnk of D.lwn '....Uookwull
Majurkn, "Tho oDrotby" I.ampo
Sojdlerji Song, "Kwp tho .tome
' Fires Uurnlng" Novollo
Keep the home flros burning, while
1 your beartH are earning.
Tho' your bids am fur away tho)'
dionm of homo.
There.' a silver llnlnx thro the Jail:
Turn tho tltrk cloud lunldo out (III tho
boyH come borne.
'-'Tile aiidltnice Ih Invltwl to join In
Chilian Dane. "Mauana". .. MUswd
Concert Valso, "lilne I)anubo"..Struss
Mnroli, "Ills Mnjosty" l.oiy
Tho Star Spangled Hnnnor.
Over 200 ranchern including many
women and a party from Grants I'aiwi
attonded the blight demonstration
conducted by Profotwr K. C. Helmer
at the Talent Kxperlment station yes.
tefday afttiruoon and came, away con.
vlnccd that material progreM hag
boen made toward ovolvlng a typo of
pear tree immune to tho disease.
I'rofoheor Itolmer showed that tho
two beHt typos of blight roalttaut
fitoak aio known ai the Orel No. IB
auuH the Surpriio. Thwie treo liavo
a ai)k growth,' are prfetleally lm;
m one from llw diRMM and nroduo
a j-ood bvwhy grwtb. The 14m to to
use these type a root vt'ock abHo.
grafting thm bttr vtu itandard
Th ifrwt dlfneulty lui Un with
root infection dad if tree can bo
evulytd wlthoat socb ioftc-tioa
rat fctep will have breo taico
toward eltniluatlBg blight a a ctr
lacx menace In the vallo.
The entire matter-of blight ftr.-idl-patlon
U being carefully studied at
the present time and C. C. Cate,
county pathologist will leave Sunday
for the Saoramento valley where he
will ltudy methog of oil spray being
uaed not to kill the blight but to kill
the Insects which carry blight It it,
tild to hare boon verysuccetfeful 1$
tft Ptr district to the ttwth.
CANANEA RIOTERS GOVERNOR FREES
iQUICKLY PUNISHED BULLION ROBBER
nornLAs, Ariz., .inu- ai.-i'pon
reeehiiifr rcjioits today that tit i'h:
iliau population of Caiianea paiticn
paled in riot eoineident with the re
turn of American employe of iho
Cniiiinea Coiioididnted Copper eom
pany from 'the border, floneral P.
Hliim Callex, mililarv eommaiider of
Kouorn, ismicil orders thai every di
tuiher be placed under arrext. It
was iiitimuted at the oommniiditoin in
Agiia 1'riela that the leaden, icvurd
hwi of their poxitlono, will be hiii
or imprisoned for loop tonne.
General Calle, also ordered Ml
Orrez, recently appointed piwiilcnt
of the town, to hasten bin dcicutniv
for Cananca and dixpatehed I'lorea
eio Fimbres, Ore)'., ejiief if police, to
Caiianea by motor.
Mexican authorities pointed rtut
that Ihe npernOoii' of American ffl1
tlustries in Sonoyu js iwcpVaui'v5' I1.
tin' eeoiii'inle well n re oflhe alnte
and as('.r('d that eveiv ptiswili'u' tep
lo ehniinfe" i)lUtrnjifViC'i '"'
taken. . .
. - : r''!"
IN THE HOUSE'OF CORDSl
SM.KM, Ore, Jui 21 -Governor
.lames 'ltlncoiii:ie today conditional
ly pardoned Motile Iturgett, nerving a
term In the xtnte penitentiary for
complicity In lobltery of a stago car
rying bullion from the Kainhow mine
In Maker county In April, 1!H5. Tho
condition requires that alio shall re
side with her son In California.
Molllo Ilurgett was convicted Joint
ly with William Halter aiid .loo Curl
sou. She kept a resort near the mine,
and the men vIhIUhI hor placo the
night before the crime.
The prosecutor nllngud tho robbery
was planned at hor house. A pistol
belonging to her wns found near the
scene of the lohhcn
COURT HOUSE NEWS
Ilnportod by JnckBon County Ab
stract Co., Sixth anil Kir Sts.
' ."Mill-Wage l.lcniiso.s
Wljfrtllt O. Hill mid I letter Dai-.
'' .. i i
lliiriy II.'Uejnii ei al v-. Vnllaee
.lohiisiHi ;irt li hnut hill. I !
l,ONJ)OX, July 21. Hepblug to , , .. ;. c-'i,wi. ...
denunciations of the Mesopotamia ,, ... rttrHmtaAl t -i. ;,' flll.
campaign by Lord Memyss, In "'""lelwarinir
duel nK his motion In the bouse of. A K j s,.hl) Vl R s jr(l,hi.
jorus iioniauuiug an inves.igai.on, uijwm ,.t m j,,,,! frhluvit
.inirii'il" "I vrce, uiru iriminiiiii ui
tho council, said that In the critical
momonts of August 1911, it was im
perative for Groat Hrltnln to ronwort
her paramount position In Uie Per
sian gulf and prevent tho declaration
of a holy war.
"Our presenco thoro," Iih contlnuml
"I hellovo wivod tho omplre from tho
approach of a great disaster. We
had to consider the great .Moslem
population of Africa also, and if we
had not shown our strength, Islam
as a whole might hnVo been deflected
Ho referred to tho difficulties con
fronting tho Indian government and
said that ftoni December 10-i, tb
Septemhor following there had linen
no lees than seven separate attacks,
some of a very formidable character
on India's northwest frontier, mid
contended that before passing final
Judgment on the Indian offielubj it
would be necessary to consider thai
particular sslcm of military oigsni
TEUTONS FORCED TO RETIRE
(Continued from page one
not thorn purl of the wood, but faded
to dislodpe a,, from the souther half.
"Klsewht'ie there U no dimne."
A l limn Lin Town 'ftiken
lMSTIIOnitAD. Jul) 21. vm !
1h. The eedure by Italian Iiikjii
nf the (ohm ol OtiniHkhuueh, fortr
five MiitiM H4wtiel of TretHaoiid,
w 'tNN.h Ai'MMiiis, wuh iiMitoiiueeil
W4y hf IW war offb-e.
t'nioa Vir servloee will be held
Id ttc fArk Sunday evening at
ortoefc. Ttw isiue evenltia gather
ir re TCi? papular.
Thtro trill l special music by a
Cooblfl ossrtet from the Melhodiat
tot sua excellent eongregatloual
fc'otias under the direction of Mr
Dr. Rollins will apeak. A cordial
invitation is extended the public to
atteud. Special seating arrangeroeuU
have been utade.
fcajht o'clock U the hour
ImoeM I. I ivdenhnrK vs. V. fl.
MntlhiHon of mI iimeudwl aftlduvit.
K. C. Kveifcon . I. T. MelCor
eher et al., nffbluvit fur service by
Slate v. Merle Keynolds, unlvr
for bench WHirfliit.
.1. M. KilgoHr s. . .T. 1utlHv t
IJortha ItuiMUigtoii vs. ClwHos
W. l liliH'kert vk. ,1. A, Ibinatin
el ul, lien fi,reebnr, vt .
Cliim Stewnrt s. W. A.;filWMrl,
JliMl.tV.rd i National Hank vs. ciln
ton X'Ur, shuHlfH lery.
l.iNMtida Hlmer vm. AbwiaA 8lpver
I'Vlix A. Wilfret us. Robert lUrl ot
a I., motion.
li-lnte of lvM Mayhw, tMlmin.
iWru tor's uttilertHkutg iih ! of renl
Iteol Ibilnto Tllllisfms
Theresa J. 1'I.vhm et ul lo Alt.
Nibley. uiiuiug eluinis in the
MeudoMx wiiiiux ilMrii-l .
Klixn .1. (Jilinore .M.-lntire to
Mvitle ItlueUiuiu, lot 7,
kiAek 7, Gobi Hill ... .
0. ,l. Tjitetban et ux to V. 1 1.
Vignes, land in . 3-J-3S-
ST.. w w .
V. II. Hingler, xbenff, to Lis
sic Coulter, lot 7, Murk U,
1. S. ItoHh-N . . HIiiI.mL.
hiiiiiiiu Linn- on Kmiii-
VILLA LOSES CASIE
KL PASO, Tex., duly '21. -Passengers
uriivinjj. here from Pit mil wiv
that Villa's inellVotunl attempt to
take Hint town a week ago Sunday
wns n fnr ranter moral than mili
lorj defuMl, so fr as the Villislu
cause in uoiitturued,
Heforii tho uttnek Villa was re-
giirded w,iti ve by the populace of
the I 'a nnl district. Ilm name in
spired morq tltuii repccl in the Car
nmzn vuri1nii. Hut now Villa is a
fallen idol, nud, the natives of these
partH pride ftjcinclCN on their loy
nlty to the de fiielo government.
Thev are iiImi extreuieU proud of
their part in humiliating the famous
lender of the bundit-.
HOODOO ANN FEATURE
: AI PAGE
. . I ml
"Hooilno Ann' is the fiatute pho
toplay at the pnflc to(ln and tomor
row with .Mac Marsh, who plays Ihe
little nister. and Jfoberl lliinin at, the
jyutuigvr wm in I'llfr IJi'rMi of h Xn.
liiiii." nh. ,
Hero is Mae Mnrh in h'er 'first
Trwngfe play, fujly juslifyiiijt all
predielioiiM ( liar eniinwit fitness to
lie MUrred in pietgres-. She bus been
provided. y Uh h, typical b'ine Arts
story ami siiM'iinr direeliou.
Hut (liniiMlle W'arwiok's story
umken possible her creation of n ical
ahantcttfr HoimIoo Aim, drudge of
Hie orphanage; lieioimi of a fire;
central figuie in mystery, and fin
ally .Mrs. .Jiiiunie Vance. All Miss
.Morsh's gilts f expreMnn and pan
tomime sre i-aljcd into play. She
dues not net Hoodoo Ann; she in
llomloo Ann. There youjiavo sinn
llied 'yp ih four svdrds the whole
inty, no fur as Miss Msrh is con
cerned. (l v.v be well In tell you also that
tills iHcUne ileliulils , not merely
ttdull palioiis. but cliildicn as well.
II lma lis umwrsfll nn appeal as anv
Vlotnre we hue ever seen.
4oyd Ingraham, Hie director, und
OiiU'i41e Warwick, lbs atilhor, la
ished oleveriies oi this prodm lion
It is filled with those little homaii
touches for winch Ifiim Arts pi. tnri
am famous. This iipdies to tin.
NUb-tJHes al". A liout surprise i
lfiuil by the introduction t a
eharsoter who haa not lung to do
with the story. 'Phis is a clever luck
which nenU In to seru to be appic
eiuled. .Siillne it to , it Miippbe
a very not el cuiliuir.
Another fine stroke is the intro
dHctiuu of a moving- picture show
wuieh llurrou ami .Mi. Maih ul
toud. Thev i-e there an old-slvh-Histeii
"mrllrrdrHwmrt-." The pu
lilie lliev sre is, of eonre, ivullv a
bill'lesi(iie on the old stdutid ol pic
Hires, but it .il-o if. noec-wi i to Ihe
j W lli-nr s lluu Is siiending Pri
'ii Htaiwliff of f'hoenlv In dav att.ii.oon in Aslilund at the
jm vtcdfonl to i.i hatlis
rrrrrawiTTr-rer irrmTTrrrM-rrTKM-crrv.r m-wm
Youll Eccopnize S.S.Sartotts
WilllsW Kancber will attend i
kjri;HBB part) at tiobl IliU tomgl.t j L.
CALL MEETING OF
NMCW YORK, Jnlv 21 Ml of the
S2 firms blacklisted t (treat Drltatn
under the trading ulth the enemy net
were Invited to sond representatives
to a meeting horo today for tho pur
poke of considering a formal protest
There wns talk In shipping circles of
making nn nttompt to tout the valid
ity ot Oroat Urltaln's position by Bond
ing an American ship laden with
goods from the blacklisted firms to
n neutral port consigned to a neutral
or to an agent of tho American own
Some merchants, bowovor, believ
ed that tho meeting should go no fur
ther than appointing a committee
mnde up ot porsons whoso American
Ism cannot lie questioned to take up
tho matter with the statu department
df thu latter course Is adopted, It
was said that firms of admitted Her
man oilgln, whoso exact status may
not be clear, would make no attempt
at this Hmo to fight for what they
coiiHlder their rights.
Tho mooting was called by Kdward
Stegman, .(r... president of the firm
of llrasch alid llosenstirn, forward
lug agents. Invitations were sent to
It Goodwill, of Uburlestdii, president
of the Chamber of Conunerco of the.
('lilted States, to nppo!i)t, Klflott T.
floodwln, of Washington, sccrotnry
ot that body. Shippers said that
ordors from South American countries
for large quantities of food stuffs,
fanning instruments, household arti
cles and other goods have boon held
up by the action of' tho KrlHsh government.
' iSnmn of tho largest houses In the
foreign trade Instructed their clerks
not to accept any ordors until the
llrltlsh agouts had been asked' about
the status of the customer.
Get tho Round Package
Uied (or Yj Century.
Aok For and GET s
Y11 1 fay fly
LOS A'dr.l.KS. .Iul Jl. ItcNiiUn
of an investigation into inlnrmnl
cortiplaititK Hint the (ilifornia Asso
ciutcd Itaisiu eompanv constituted n
motjilpolv have heeirhirned over to
the I'mtciJ Slntes dirftm-L nlloiney'
ol't ice by audit of the ilepurtmeiit of
justice, it, wns learned tpduy, aud the, J
uviueuee is neing eonsiuereii in ncier
inine if federal action should ' bd
The presold investigation wns nn-J
derlakeu when eoinplaiiits were nude
Hint the ii--uciati(in novi imuiimIs r)(.
er cent "I Calitoriiia'n rai-in eiop,
and niukc- iiideHudeul conuietilioii
U 'ACINt.wiV.U.S.. .
Made from clean, rich milk with the ex
tract of select malted grain, malted in our
own Malt Houses under sanitary conditions.
Infanta and children thrive on it. Agree with
the weakcit stomach of the invalid or the aged.
Need no cooking nor addition of milk.
Nourishes and suitaSna more than tea, coffee, etc
Should be kept at home or when traveling. A nu
tritious food-drink may be prepared in a moment.
A glassfut hot before retiring induces refrethitiB
sleep. Also in lunch tablet form for business men.
Substitutes Cost YOU Same Pries
Take a Package Hotnm
LOOK OUT, BOYS!
288 headed towards Medford a
lively bunch. Be sure and see
"RED," only five feet tall.
Keep. Your Eye on 21
There Is ono remedy that seldom fulls
to clwir away nil pimples, black IimsiIs
timl nL'ln ..riiittlnim mill tlmt milkta! till)
skliusofl, clear slid jicalthy.
Any iirusKi con Miipiuy yun wmi awinu,
width gciwnilly oveicouies all skin dU
omihm. Acne, cctfnui, llrh, piuiplss,
ntsliM, bluik IiikiiU In moul mm slvo
way l sitxj. CiHpHiiitly, minor lilein
UhM dbmpiHMir oiornlt h. . .Itching uo
ally sIoimi linMsntly. eiao is ssfu, clean,
eiuty to umi sud UewtiiUlile. It cot only
Jc; wo extra large ,bottl..l.W).( It
will not Mlain, Is not ifrtaity or sticky and
is iMsiltlvely wife fir. wiidi'r, sciuitliu
sklusj ZfuWi ciHctand. , 1
Fighting the Beef Trust
I AM STILL SELLING
1 ' GOOD MEAT FOtf LITTLE MONEY
Specials for Saturday
Boiling Boof, per lb 8c to 10c
Roast Beef, per lb. 10c to 15c
Pork, por lb 12c to 15c
Fresh Lard, largo size...., '... $1.50
Fresh Lard, small size '. . : !75c
NKW SHOP, MOTMWN IN 13V WRY WAY. AND
109 West Main
Don't Forget Jones Saturday
Cut out paying those high prices to our "would
be" competitors and you won't cry hard times
Our fUstonifi'K always leave with a smile watch the other fellows they
eonic out with a grouch and feel had because they allowed themselves to get
"stung again." The majority are getting wine to it, but for the sake of a few
that are overlooking our priccH and our way of doing husineas wef will say:
Try Jones' and join tle crowd of pleased customers.
Kvery Ono (iuaranteed.
Motor Coffee 35c pound the Best in Medford
Cn Iks ibi'wn i fmM inttf m
lUt lb ukmce dor Vwt m
At ewu: -e: sia j n- m
cogoiehrS la KilsUtia jl
udUlad Pelts' mAw lanoult
ui wpoftualtr to MMnid mti
turntlhia ;o 'ion dowo' l'J
wnb its wonderful temc fmi
The swirr sceiri c.
A big line of I'Ychli Vegetables and Fruits.
Idnes' Cash Grocery
Tin slurc that rapidly grew, while the CO.MHINM slowly gave up.